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Annual Presention Night – Tuesday 4th December 2018

by on Nov.03, 2018, under General

Don’t miss this one – The WCC Annual Presentation Night – Tuesday 4th December 2018.

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August 2018 Workshop – Tom Putt, AGM, and Swap and Sell

by on Aug.17, 2018, under General, Workshops

We are pleased to announce that for our workshop on Tuesday 21 August 2018 we will be in the newly renovated main hall at the Mount Waverley Community Centre.

At 7:30pm we will be holding our Annual General Meeting, members please ensure that you sign in on the night. We aim to keep this as short as possible.

Our main feature of the evening will be a presentation (starting at 8pm) from award-winning fine art landscape photographer Tom Putt.

Our final item of the night is the Swap and Sell. Many items have already been listed via email, but feel free to bring along any other items you no longer need but think other members might.

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Notes on sharpening in Lightroom

by on Jul.24, 2018, under General

Sharpening images is a basic skill, but often done badly. Too little sharpening and your image will look soft or fuzzy, too much and sharpening artefacts such as halos around detail and edges are prominent. So here are a few notes to assist in understanding what the various sliders in Lightroom’s sharpen tool do.

In the Develop module, the sharpening tool has 4 sliders, Amount, Radius, Detail, Masking. Feel free to play with these and investigate the effects on the image. The “square-cross-hair” icon at the top left of the preview area can be clicked to then click on a relevant area of your image to centre the preview on that area. Or, you can move your cursor over the preview image and note that the cursor becomes a hand. Click and drag to reposition the preview of the image. Choose an area of the image where there is some detail that you are interested in being sharpened. It may be, for example, eyes, or, in this example, some feathers with lots of detail. You can see in this image (right) that there the feathers are a little fuzzy. This preview has the default settings of 25 sharpening, 1.0 radius, 25 detail and 0 masking. Some sharpening is normally expected because of the complex procedures needed to translate the pixels in raw images – in the sensor the different colour pixels are different positions and need to be combined – to a rectangular grid of pixels, each with RGB values (for a brief overview try Demosaicing – Wikipedia if you are interested in the technical details).
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Meetings relocated to Ashwood Hall until end of June 2018

by on Mar.08, 2018, under General

August 2018 update: The renovations are complete and will will be back in the Community Centre for the August workshop.

June 2018 update: It is now expected that the renovations will continue until late August 2018.

The City of Monash is refurbishing the Mount Waverley Community Centre where we hold our monthly competition nights, workshops and creative special interest group meetings. Up until the end of June 2018 these meetings (except one creative group meeting) will be relocated to Ashwood Hall. Meetings in Wadham House will continue to be held in Wadham House.

Our calendar will be kept up to date with the location of every meeting.

Ashwood Hall is a short distance away at 21A Electra Ave, Ashwood VIC 3147:

Please ensure you park in the carpark, not in the street.

If you want to know more about the refurbishment then please refer to Refurbishment of Mount Waverley Community Centre and Mount Waverley Youth Centre.

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Reminder for the social BBQ on Tuesday 9th January, 2018

by on Jan.07, 2018, under General

Hi all – and I hope you had a great Xmas and New Year.

We are kicking off our 2018 programme with a social BBQ at Brickmakers Park in Oakleigh. This commences at 6.30 pm – BYO everything. Seats might be needed as there is limited seating, but plenty of space at the BBQs.

So this is a reminder to come along, put in your entries for the February competition, and make sure you are a paid up member!

Our venue:
Brickmakers Park
23-29 Stamford Road, Oakleigh 3166

For details on what is happening this year, do check out the website for workshops, Special Interest Groups, training, competition, outings etc. We have a great year ahead and I hope to see you at the BBQ

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